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# Show records entered between Monday to Friday

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Hi Everyone.

What I am about to explain I have no idea how to do.

I am trying to write a Time Recording reports for our help desk, to show time spent on certain days, weeks, month.

So to explain better.

I have a table

StaffID = INT
DateRecorded = DateTime
TimeSpent = DateTime

What I want to do is display Time Recorded depending on what they want to see.

i.e., Entered Today, Display All.

However, the next few I do not know what to do.

Display all records this week. I want the sp to realise that today day is i.e., Thursday and only display all the records from Monday of that week to Thursday.

Display all records last week. I want to display all records for Monday to Friday from the previous week.

Display between Dates. So say between 1st to 14th June, This I can do, but do not know how to exclude Saturday's and Sunday's.

Display all record for the month. I want to display all records for the current month.

The last thing is to count the amount of days it is displaying...

Any help would be appreciated.

Many thanks
Baker
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You might want to change IF .. ELSE... construct to give more logic for Monday, Sunday, Saturdays
>>>>Display all records last week. I want to display all records for Monday to Friday from the previous week
You could add these lines after IF else construct to get the start and end dates of the previous week.

SET @startdate = DATEADD(wk, -1, @startdate)
SET @enddate = DATEADD(dd, 4, @startdate)

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You are using Classic ASP i guess ?
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Use this SQL statement:
SQL = "SELECT * FROM DateRecorded WHERE Year(Updated) = Year(Now()) AND Month(Updated) = Month(Now()) AND WeekDay(Updated) <> 1 AND WeekDay(Updated) <> 7"
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Thank you everyone for all your help.

I have just this second got the whole lot to work.  Been a struggle but got there.

Everyone of you has helped me sort this out.  Helping to understand the proceedure, logic and i thank you once again.

Baker

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